International Journal for Court Administration Releases a New Issue

July 13, 2017 - 9:17am

The International Journal for Court Administration has released a new issue through its online platform. Articles include:

• “Court Administration in Europe – Management in a Different Context” by Philip Langbroek;
• “Drug Treatment Courts and Their Progeny: Overcoming Their Winding Trajectory to Make the Concept work for the Long Term” by Caroline Cooper;
• “When Special Immigrant Juveniles and Trial Courts Intersect: The Value of Data-Informed Case Management” by Danielle Fox,  Hisashi Yamagata,  Lili Khozeimeh, Esq.,  Marianne Hendricks, Esq.,  Madeleine Jones, Esq.,  and Rick Dabbs; and
• “Integrated Justice: An Information Systems Approach to Justice Sector Case Management and Information Sharing” by Adam Watson, Regis Rukundakuvaga, and Khachatur Matevosyan.

Find these pieces and more via the International Journal for Court Administration’s website here.

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